Although disciplinary boundaries have become largely out of date, demands on time and expertise still often draw law researchers and practitioners to a specific niche. The UCL Journal of Law and Jurisprudence seeks to buck this trend. True to this founding objective, the ten papers contained in the Journal’s third volume grapple with a broad range of issues in law and jurisprudence, and offer a variety of methodologies and perspectives. With subjects ranging from judicial studies to commercial law and covering issues pertaining to the UK, European and international legal fields, the UCLJLJ aims not only at getting your attention, but also at keeping you interested.
How to Cite:
Olivier, E., (2015) “Preface”, Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 3(1).